[ Knock on door ]
Did they pick it upon Yahoo!?
Don't know, but Google has itas the number-one story.
Oh [bleep]Go to -- go to Huffington.
Millions of people took to the Internet last night
after shocking claims were made about the Danish company LEGO
and their ties to ISIS.
This is CNN front pageright now.
It now appears the country of Denmark
was the victim of a massive troll.
The country is still reeling from the LEGO hoax story.
Tom, by the time the hoax was revealed,
the damage had already been done.
Millions of people got on the anti-Denmark bandwagon,
and when millions more came in to support Denmark,
hundreds of millions more got on the anti-Denmark bandwagon.
We did it!We did it!
Oh, Kyle.Uh, hey.
Didn't thinkyou'd be leaving yet.
I have a fundraiserat school.
Well, did you seewhat's all over the Internet?
Everyone'sripping on LEGOs.
Yeah, now the whole world isblowing up with Danish jokes.
The Guardianhas a bunch of stories up
about howthe Denmark government
isn't responding toeven interview requests.
Wow![Bleep] Denmark, huh, Kyle?
That's got to be what just abouteveryone is thinking now.
The Anti-Denmark Bandwagon
Gerald and Dildo Shwaggins revel in the success of their trolling of Denmark.